Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, leaves a closed-door briefing by intelligence agencies on the Boston Marathon bombing on Capitol Hill on April 23. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Initial congressional inquiries into the Boston Marathon bombings have revealed that crucial information was not being shared among intelligence agencies and that Russia's warnings about one of the bombers were not acted upon, or were downplayed. It is too early to draw conclusions about what mistakes, if any, were made by U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies. But the initial reports about the failure of the CIA and FBI, in particular, to share information are cause for serious concern.
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